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Best Australian tech deals: cheap gadgets and online sales in September 2019

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It's a bit of a mixed bag for the middle of the week, with one from each category of headphones, cameras, smart home tech and phones making it to our little deals round-up. For each of them, they're some of the best prices we've seen so far, making them worthwhile bargains.

The discounts on the iPhone X and the Galaxy S10 are also still live, as are some of the older tech deals. So be sure to head further down the page to take a gander at them all.

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Prime exclusive: Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 | $535.50 (was $595)

The latest noise cancelling cans from Bose are a complete redesign from the QC35s. Boasting more noise cancellation levels than the older headphones, and the ability to eliminate environmental noise from phone calls, the Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 are a serious contender for the best NC cans on the market. So grab a pair now and save 10% on the listed price on Amazon. 

This offer ends 11:59pm on September 13 and is only open to Amazon Prime members.View Deal

Deals added Wednesday, September 11

Samsung Gear 360 (2017 Edition) | $99 (was $297; save $198)

Take 360-degree panoramas or shoot 4K video – you can do it with this little camera meant to be used with Samsung's phones, but it does work with iPhones as well, albeit with limited functionality. It's small, easy to use and is currently down by almost $200 on the RRP at The Good Guys. That's a massive price drop!View Deal

Jabra Elite 65t | $213 (was $279; save $66)

It's one of the best true wireless headphones if you're keen on a pair with great sound quality. It's bassy, with a clear sound profile, and is now cheaper than ever before, with the gold/beige colour option down to just $213 on Amazon. That's a $66 saving on the RRP at most retailers.View Deal

Bose Home Speaker 500 | $468.70 (was $599; save $130.30)

Bose may have some of the best audio hardware in the business but they all come at a premium price. However, Amazon is currently discounting the first smart home speaker the audio giant released, slashing the price down to under $470. This price, though, is only on the Luxe Silver option, with the black still at full price.View Deal

Blackberry Key2 LE | $599 (was $799; save $200)

Like a phone with physical keys? Blackberry hasn't stopped its trend, offering new hands with the physical QWERTY keyboard. And right now, all three colour options of last year's Key2 LE are down by $200 on Amazon. That's 25% off the usual RRP of $799. That's $599 for the Slate, the Champagne and the Atomic Red models. Each runs Android Oreo and comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage. There's a 13MP+5MP rear camera system and a 8MP fixed focus front camera as well.View Deal

  • Find more great bargains and compare Australian prices on the latest tech at Getprice.

Previous days' deals that are still available

Sales are hardly for a single day, unless it's a special occasion. So we see no point in deleting old deals. We hang on to them for two weeks, so if you missed out on them on the day of posting and they're still available, you can still score yourself a great bargain.

Apple iPhone X (Silver, 64GB) | $1,079 (was $1,579; save $500)

Apple may have discontinued the 10th anniversary handset after a year, but it's still available at major retailers, at pretty much the same price it launched at in 2017. However, JB Hi-Fi has slashed prices on the 64GB Silver edition of the iPhone X, saving you $500 on the original launch price.View Deal

Samsung Galaxy S10 (Black, 128GB) | $949 (was $1,349; save $400)

Need a new phone and prefer Android to iOS? Then you can save $400 on the new Galaxy S10, provided you don't mind a piece used as a demo model. That means you may see some marks on the handset, but OzMobile says the factory plastic is still on the screen and is Aussie stock.

If you aren't too keen on a demo model, then you can get a brand new piece for $250 off at JB Hi-FiView Deal

DJI Mavic Air | $1,083 (was $1,299; save $216)

It's been a couple of years since this amazing drone launched but it's still one of the best you can lay your hands on. And while prices haven't dropped at all since then, you can head to Amazon and snag the Arctic White Mavic Air for $1,083 and save $216 on the RRP. Please note that this not the Fly More Combo.View Deal

JBL Link View | $265 (was $369; save $104)

As smart displays become commonplace, replacing the traditional smart speakers, their prices could slowly start dropping. Until then, you're left looking for discounts on the best Google Assistant-enabled display, like this JBL Link View, which was designed to be a darn good speaker as well as a smart display. Big sound and an 8-inch HD display comes with a $104 discount at VideoPro.View Deal

Lenovo Smart Clock | $99 (was $129; save $30)

Smart displays are becoming quite common, but they can be quite large and bright for a bedside table. With this little smart clock, you can whisper to Google Assistant while still in bed and control you smart home setup easily. You can set your alarm, of course, and listen to your favourite tunes, podcasts or audiobooks. It's already quite an affordable device at $129 apiece, but JB Hi-Fi is letting you save $30 on this nifty little gadget.View Deal

Fitbit Charge 3 | $169 (was $229; save $60)

The newest Charge from Fitbit is better than ever but comes with a recommended price tag of $229. However, it's possible to find this wearable for well under the $199 mark, but the cheapest you'll get right now is on Amazon, where it's just $169 for the Rose Gold/Blue Grey colour option and the Graphite/Black version.View Deal

Samsung T5 Portable SSD (1TB) | $269 (was $339; save $70)

Keeping all your files safe for years means spending top dollar on a really good portable SSD, and one of the best in the business is Samsung's T5 range. However, if you've not been too keen on buying it at full price, then Bing Lee currently has the cheapest bargain on the 1TB flavour available in Rose Gold and Metallic Red colour options.View Deal

Samsung Galaxy S10e (128GB) | $887 (was $1,199; save $312)

Flagship phones from the top manufacturers are getting expensive, but thankfully there are more affordable options in the same range, like the Samsung Galaxy S10e. It's a feature-packed Android handset without the massive price tag, and it's cheaper still on Amazon where all three colour options in the 128GB flavour is down to just $887, saving you $312.View Deal

Samsung Galaxy S10 (512GB / Prism White) | $1,199 (was $1,699; save $500)

If you'd prefer a slightly more powerful Android flagship with plenty of onboard storage, then look to JB Hi-Fi who is flogging a 512GB version of the Galaxy S10 for just $1,199. While it's a Telstra variant, the handset is unlocked, meaning you can use it on any network. With $500 off the RRP, this is one heck of a deal on a brand-new flagship.View Deal

Further price drop: Sony Alpha A7 III (body) | $2,495 (was $3,099; save $604)

It might be Sony's 'basic' full-frame mirrorless camera, but the A7 III is full-featured and one of the best all-round snappers you can lay your hands on. And you can lay your hands on it for cheaper than Sony's own full price, thanks to the $600 saving you can snag on the body at Camera House.View Deal

Further price drop: Sennheiser CX 6.00BT | $88 (was $159; save $71)

Looking for a set of Bluetooth 'buds for regular use? Then the Sennheiser CX 6.00 is the cheapest of Amazon at the moment, with $71 off the street price. That's pretty close to half price right there! It offers up to six hours of playback and comes with four ear tip sizes for the perfect fit.View Deal

Sonos One | $228 (was $299)

Amazon is still offering $100 off on a pair of Sonos One speakers (see below) but VideoPro has shaved off $71 from the regular RRP of a single speaker, making it a much more worthwhile offer. So if you're after one of the best multi-room smart speakers, then this is a great buy.View Deal